After winning Australia Decides 2020, Montaigne speaks to ESCDaily about her excitement, staging and preparation for Eurovision.
“Any of these ten artists could be qualifiers” – Australia’s Head of Delegation on Australia Decides
Australia’s new Head of Delegation Josh Martin has a strong belief that the second edition of Australia Decides will probe to be a factor for success at Eurovision 2020. “Any of the 10 artists could qualify for the final in Rotterdam,” he tells ESCDaily the day [read more…]
Australia Decides returns for a second year after its success in 2019. Ten new artists will compete in the Gold Coast for the opportunity to represent Australia at Eurovision 2020. Check out our big preview for the national final in Australia, written by our Australian [read more…]
After winning The Voice Australia in 2019, vocal powerhouse Diana Rouvas has been announced as one of the ten artists taking part in Australia Decides 2020. She will compete to represent Australia at Eurovision in Rotterdam with her song ‘Can We Make Heaven’. Rouvas had [read more…]
Six out of the ten artists competing in Australia Decides have now released their songs for Australia’s national final.
After originally planning a televised selection, the Czech broadcaster reverted back to their previous online format of national selection. Amongst the seven artists competing in the selection Barbora Mochowa and Pam Rabbit make their return.
The inaugural Australian Eurovision national final took place in the Gold Coast in February earlier this year. Kate Miller-Heidke was ultimately selected to represent Australia at Eurovision 2019, winning the jury and public over with her song ‘Zero Gravity’. She finished 9th at the Eurovision [read more…]
After winning Melodifestivalen 2019 by a landslide, is John Lundvik on track to win Eurovision this year? Joshua Mayne analyses if the amount of success in Sweden says anything about success at Eurovision.
Broadcaster RTCG released a video clip of he song ‘Heaven’, that D-Moll will sing to represent Montenegro at the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest in Tel Aviv. The song has received a big revamp, when compared with the version they used to win their national final.
The entry from Azerbaijan at the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 is called ‘Truth’. The country selected singer Chingiz Mustafayev internally to perform the song in Tel Aviv.